Walmart just went live with an advanced cloud HCM system connecting its 1.7 million employees across the globe in what might be the largest cloud HCM deployment ever.
And the enterprise-software vendor serving those 1.7-million Walmart associates is Workday. You can see how and why that happened in our in-depth analysis of where Workday’s headed in 2021, called Workday Doubles Down on Planning, Analytics and ML to Rip and Replace Legacy IT.
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For 15 years, Workday has competed, won, and excelled against its much-larger rivals while simultaneously winning scores of awards for being a fabulous company to work for, a top company for women, and a relentlessly innovative company. It has been a classic story of a company doing well while also doing good.
Check out our in-depth analysis of Workday in the latest installment of our 10-part series, Cloud Wars Top 10 Special Report: Which Cloud Vendors Will Thrive in 2021? You can also view our comprehensive overviews of #1 Microsoft, #2 Amazon, #3 Salesforce, #4 Google Cloud, #5 SAP, #6 Oracle, #7 IBM, #9 ServiceNow, and as of tomorrow morning at 8:30, #10 Adobe.
Disclosure: Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, IBM, Workday, and ServiceNow have placed sponsored-content banners within their respective sections on the Cloud Wars Top 10 Special Report.
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